Currently accepting new patients, providing a range of treatments tailored exactly to your needs.
Want to be seen out of hours? Want to spend a bit longer with the dentist to feel relaxed? Want your teeth to look more attractive? Maybe private dentistry is for you! We provide a range of treatments to suit your every need and can find a time which suits you.
NHS charges are fixed and vary by the type of treatment you have. If you wish to change the treatment you are offered then your dentist will be more than willing to discuss alternatives or any private treatments that can be offered in their place.
In the unlikely situation you may be unhappy with any treatment provided by us or have any other issue or queries.please do not hesistant to contact us and ask to speak to our Practice Manager.
DR ANGELICA KHERA
BDS 2000 from Guy’s dental school. Has been an associate at the practice for 13 years. Principal and became Managing Partner in 2008. She is also a VT trainer.
DR JENNI GRIMES
BDS 1988 from King’s dental school. LDS RCS Eng. Has been an associate at the practice for 24 years. She is also a VT trainer.
DR SARAH MARSDEN
BDS 1990 from Guy’s dental school. MFGDP (UK). Has been an associate at the practice for 19 years.
DR ANDY HAWKESFORD
BDS 1987 from King’s dental school. MBBS 1995 St. Georges. Specialist in Oral surgery. Has been an associate at the practice for 16 years.
DR VARLIE BACON
BDS 1996 from Dundee dental school. Has been an associate at the practice for 12 years.
DR REBECCA NAIDOO
BDS 2003 from King’s dental school. Has been an associate at the practice for 5 years.
DR SIMA ACHARYA
BDS 2006 from King’s dental school. Has been an associate at the practice for 5 years.
DR VANESHA PATEL
BChD 1992 from University of Leeds. Has been an associate at the practice for 5 years.
DR MEERA BOWRY
BDS 2007 from King’s dental school. Joined the practice in 2010.
DR SHANBAGAVALLI JAGANNATHAN
BDS 2000 from University of Glasgow. Joined the practice in 2010.
DR SHANDY MOHANAN
BDS 2010 from Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry. Joined the practice in 2012.
DR ROY WOODHOO
BDS 2007 from King’s dental school. Joined the practice in 2012 and is also a VT trainer.
DR BEN COBAU
BDS 2013 from King’s dental school. Joined the practice in 2013.
DR SONIA ROY
BDS 2005 from The Tamil Nadu Dr. M. G. R. Medical University (Chennai, India). Joined the practice in 2013.
EDH 2003 from King’s dental School. Has been working as a hygienist at the practice for 6 years.
Practice manager. Has been at the practice for 18 years ensuring it runs smoothly and any patient concerns are dealt with quickly.
BA 2009 – Assistant Practice Manager. Has been at the practice for 5 years.
Qualified dental nurse and head Nurse and has been at the practice for 22 years.
|New patient examination with Xrays||£40|
|Stain Removal||from £35|
|Professional Home Whitening Kit||£250|
|- Small||from £80|
|- Medium||from £95|
|- Large||from £115|
|White crowns||from £350|
|Metal free crowns||from £400|
|Gold crowns||from £550|
|Composite Veneers||from £150|
|Porcelain Veneers||from £300|
|Rotary root canal treatment|
|- Single canal||from £135|
|- Multiple canal (per canal)||from £200|
|- Acrylic||from £250|
|- Cobalt Chrome||from £650|
There are three standard charges for all NHS dental treatments:
Band 1 course of treatment – £18.50
This covers an examination, diagnosis (including X-rays), advice on how to prevent future problems, a scale and polish if needed, and application of fluoride varnish or fissure sealant.
Band 2 course of treatment – £50.50
This covers everything listed in Band 1 above, plus any further treatment such as fillings, root canal work or removal of teeth.
Band 3 course of treatment – £219.00
This covers everything listed in Bands 1 and 2 above, plus crowns, dentures and bridges.
More information on NHS charges can be found here.
You may need urgent treatment if you have:
Toothache or swelling that suggests an infection of a tooth or gum.
Severe toothache or facial pain which is not controlled by taking over-the-counter painkillers.
Trauma of the face, mouth or teeth after a recent accident or injury.
A permanent tooth being knocked out.
Bleeding after tooth extraction that you cannot control.
Serious swelling of the mouth or face which is getting worse.
Most urgent treatments can be dealt with in one appointment. However, if more than one visit is required, and you return to the same dentist to complete the urgent course of treatment, you will only need to pay a single Band 1 (£18.50) charge for the whole course.
Once your urgent course of treatment has been completed, you may be advised to make another appointment for a separate course of non-urgent treatment. In this case, you will have to pay a second charge in the relevant treatment band.
More information on urgent treatment can be found here.
Treatment on the NHS is free if you:
• Are under 18 or under 19 and in full time education
• Are pregnant or a nursing mother
• Are in a low income group or exempt, such as income support.
Please check the complete list with the receptionist.
Proof of entitlement to benefit will be asked for on every course of dental treatment. If proof is not shown at the start of your treatment we will have to charge you as if you are a paying patient. You may be able to claim this back by sending a HC5 form with stamped receipts to whichever division you are claiming from. This form is available from reception.
More information on who is exempt can be found here.
Give us a call or book online for an appointment time and find us just a short walk from norwood junction station with the bus stop 'Croydon Arena' serving buses 130, 197 and 312 stopping right outside the practice. The nearest tram is Woodside and parking is available in the surrounding area.
262 Portland Road, South Norwood, SE25 4SL
0208 654 1434